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Phoenixville fire engine goes pink to support cancer awareness

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Stretch it out at the office with these chair poses

There are numerous amounts of research that show sitting in one position for long periods of time can lead to health concerns. Possible issues include obesity, increased blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels and more. ...

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    Eight Phoenixville first responders honored for service

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Eight first responders in Phoenixville are being honored this week for their efforts in helping to save the life of a resident having a heart attack.

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    Photos: Montgomery County Community College 2016 commencement

    WHITPAIN >> Montgomery County Community College held its 49th commencement Thursday at the main campus in Blue Bell.

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    Phoenixville Dogwood Parade delights crowd

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    Ignition locks law lauded by families of DUI victims in Pennsylvania

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    Royersford water pipes to be replaced

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